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    Backchat Special: Is there a Future for Democracy?

    Backchat Special: Is there a Future for Democracy?


    Mayday! Mayday! Is Democracy dead or dying in Hong Kong?

    After Occupy Central and the failure of the political reform process many have spoken of a new political atmosphere. Legislators have been disqualified and some banned from standing for election. We will have new anthem laws, a new emphasis on the the new Chinese Constitution and many other signs that One Country is becoming more dominant over Two Systems. The Pan-Dems meanwhile have fared relatively poorly in the recent by-election, losing a head to head fight for the first time.

    With no timetable or roadmap on hand, does this all mean that the democratic cause is no more? Or is it just evolving? Will there ever be election of the Chief Executive by Universal Suffrage? Does it matter?

    In a special Backchat on Tuesday 1st May (it's the Mayday Holiday) we'll be thrashing out the issue with you, and with some of the best debaters in Hong Kong politics; Ronny Tong, Junius Ho and Senia Ng. .

    Join us for a live broadcast between 12 noon and 1 pm at our studio in Kowloon Tong to share your views and to talk directly to the politicians.

    Here are the details:

    Backchat Special: Is there a Future for Democracy?

    Date: 1 May (Tuesday)
    Time: 12noon - 1pm. Please arrive at Broadcasting House by 11.30am
    Hosts: Hugh Chiverton, Ada Wong
    Venue: Studio 1, RTHK Broadcasting House. 30, Broadcast Drive Kowloon Tong.
    (Take 29A minibus or taxi from Kowloon Tong MTR)

    Panel Speakers:

    Ronny Tong: Executive Councillor
    Junius Ho: Legislator
    Senia Ng: Barrister, Member of Democratic Party

    There will be plenty of time for live discussion with the audience, so come along and join the debate on Mayday.

    Email us backchat@rthk.hk if you'd like to come and we'll give you all the details.

    Podcast of Hooked is available now. Click HERE to download.

    Anna Fenton presents a five-part series, Hooked, which looks at the growing issue of addiction in Hong Kong - from alcohol and illegal drugs to social media, internet pornography, smart phones and tablets (dubbed “process addictions” because like gambling, users get an effect without actually ingesting a chemical). Hear how the internet is providing a fast-forward button to addiction,  find out what addiction really is, what it’s not, how to tell if you’ve got it, and what to do and where to get help if you’re ... Hooked. 

    Produced by Phil Whelan.

    On Monday's Backchat, the visit by Qiao Xiaoyang. The former NPC Law Committee chairman is in town to promote the country's constitution and to 'exchange views with civil servants on some provisions stipulated in the constitution'. What is he here for, and what is the message from Beijing? Has the relationship between the Basic Law and the National Constitution changed? What about Article 23? Call us on 23388266 or email backchat@rthk.hk. After 9.20, is the Central Post Office worth preserving?

    Investors will kick off the new week watching US Treasury yields which are close to their February highs, which back then caused a sharp selloff in equities. Rates are popping higher because oil prices and base metals are surging which could have an inflationary impact as evidenced by TIPS (inflation-linked bonds) breakevens also moving upwards. Trade will also be in focus once again with the Trump Administration believed to be considering using an emergency law to restrict Chinese investment in sensitive technology segments in the US such as semiconductors and 5G wireless to punish it for alleged intellectual property violations.

    On Monday’s Money Talk Alex Wong, Director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, and Steve Wang, Senior Credit Analyst from CITIC CLSA review the latest business headlines. Providing the view from the mainland is Brock Silvers, Managing Director of Kaiyuan Capital in Beijing. (Email us at moneytalk@rthk.hk, every weekday 8-8:30 a.m.)

    Vintage Chart Toppers:  This week on the show, among other things, it's hello to Lola, some rippling rhythms, a diga-do, some paper and a comb! Plus, George in Birdland and more. (Sunday, 8.30am-9am)


    This morning's Letter to Hong Kong comes from Tony Tse, legislator for the Architectural, Surveying, Planning and Landscape Functional Constituency. (Sundays, 8.15am-8.25am)


    Sunday Escape: This Sunday the Pop Fugitives present a Wedding Present special. With the band set to play in HK on Saturday night, they'll be popping along to catch up with David Gedge to chat everything about both The Wedding Present and Cinerama, breaking chart records and staying power in the indie scene. They will of course also be playing a selection of both theirs and David's favourite tracks.

    Plus, poet Henrik Hoeg will be popping into the studio to chat about his new book, Away With Words, which sees its official launch on Wednesday night. It follows on from his debut, Irreverent Poems For Pretentious People. Hopefully he'll be up for a reading or two, and for eating biscuits. And the Eight Five Tunes will be popping in to talk about their new song and upcoming gig at the Morrison Cafe.

    They'll also be playing a load of new music, getting back into picking their album of the week, and paying tribute to Yvonne Staples of The Staple Singers.(Sunday, 9:30am - 1pm)

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    香港電台第三台

    Successful Sevens in the Sun

    The sun came out in full on the final day of the 2018 Hong Kong Sevens. And with the success of the ladies' tournament, organisers are hopeful that the event will expand to four days in the future.

    香港電台第三台

    The King of Sevens

    Fiji rugby legend Waisale Serevi talks about his life to Radio 3 at the launch of his book, The King of Sevens, at the start of the 2018 Hong Kong Sevens.

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    Henry Goodman reads Deep South: Four Seasons on Back Roads by Paul Theroux

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    Abid Ali Baig عابد علی بیگ

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